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    Posted: August 30 2018 at 8:30am
I noticed Tradeex also carries Privi 303 150 gr FmjBT's. I have a tack driving No4 Mk1 in a walnut Biship stock with a 3x9 Baush and Lomb. I ordered 100 to try a load. This should be a flatter shooting coyote round!
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If you ever get a chance,try this little guy. It's flat shooting and fast. Very accurate as well.
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Ooohhh I've been looking around for those! Hopefully my supplier will have some at the next gun show near me as I asked him to bring them in.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zed Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 30 2018 at 10:37am
They look very much like the Sierra Match kings; full jacket around the base and small hole at the pointy end.
Is it possible that they produce them for Hornady?
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Canuck. Check out Tradeex. I just got off there. They have complete rounds of Hornady 174 Classic Match HPBT in 303, and Sierra 174 HPBT 303 projectiles. Both look like they are in stock.
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These Hornady match bullets shoot very well.  They measure 0.312 in diameter (174 SMK measures .311 dia).  If I remember right, they have a slightly different shape compared to the SMK.  With my No. 4 Mk I*/3, I've shot 10 round groups prone with sling that measure under 2 MOA.  Off the bench, about 1.5 MOA or better.  If you have a slightly oversized bore, these may shoot better than the SMK.  I've gaged the bore in my No. 4 right at 0.30325 (0.3035 gage will not pass). 
 
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